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Cisco Systems

In the context of the modern transition to the digital economy, any institution is considered an object of service from the point of view of information technology. Any type of modern technology service is associated with the use of information technology. Cisco Information Technology Systems empower enterprises in today's digital economy to manage complex and multifaceted information technology management. The knowledge gained during the course will help the audience to create a flexible, coordinated and integrated system for effective management of information technology services.

This course teaches students the principles of building and operating local and global networks, the structure and functionality of Cisco hardware and software, as well as the principles of routing, configuring and checking network installations. The training system is multi-level and consists of 120 hours (all of which are hours of practical training). A final test takes place at the end of each round of training. Certificates approved by the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan are awarded to successful graduates.

Training plan

  • Being a student in this course, you will learn:

    • Construction, functions, security problems of a simple network,
    • Link aggregation,
    • Wireless network and its security issues,
    • Basics of routing and its functions,
    • Global networks.
  • In this course, you will learn to:

    • Implementation of medium scalable networks
    • Methods for finding and correcting various kinds of malfunctions
    • Implementation of dynamic routing and scalable solutions
    • OSPF, how it works and how to configure it for different systems
    • Wide area WANs, GRE tunnel configuration, EPBG configuration
  • In this course, you will be get introduced to the topics such as

    • Hierarchical network model
    • New network architectures
    • Spanning Tree Protocol Concept and STP Types
    • Link aggregation
    • Protection of interconnections
    • Network monitoring
    • Network configuration